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Last updated on: 2020-06-03 01:15:10 ET

Approximate Reopen Date: Jun 1, 2020
US reopening timelines according to The New York Times. We assume a June 1 reopening for states with no immediate reopening timeline (highlighted in yellow on the NYT map). All reopenings are assumed to be gradual.
In regions where the outbreak has not yet been fully contained, it is possible that reopening will cause a second wave of infections, requiring states to enforce stricter mitigation strategies after 30 days. Read more about our reopening assumptions here.

For projections that assume no reopening, see here.

Population: 7,614,893

Tests per day target by July 1: 7,293 (assumes 25% asymptomatic and 10 contacts tested per infection)